Pocket Farm Magazine Growers’ Yearbook

Growers’ yearbook December – edible hedgerows and other ideas

Robin eating fallen fruit at Christmas

This time of year there isn’t that much you can do in the garden. So now is a great time to study seed catalogues, locate nurseries and plan for the year ahead in the warmth provided by your hearth. You can build walls, make paths or re-design ...

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Grower’s yearbook – February

Fresh garlic growing

Now spring is just around the corner, I’m itching to get out in the garden and get muddy! This month there are plenty of bits and bobs to be getting busy with. As always only plant what you like to eat, there’s no point in spending loads of time and effort on growing something you ...


Growers’ Yearbook – January

Freshly picked cabbage

January is a cold month but when the ground starts to thaw out there is plenty to be getting on with in the garden. It’s a time to get excited about the year to come, it’s a time to plan what you’re going to plant this year. It might sound obvious but only grow ...

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